Demi Lovato had a recent interview where she talked about many things in her life from her parent's divorce, her life ambitions, the future of her careeer, and a lot more. What shocked me the most about this interview is that Demi Lovato says that she is sometimes referred to as the 'fat' Disney girl. "I'm Hispanic, I've got curves, but I like them. Sometimes it's hard, especially when people online are like, 'Oh, she's the fat Disney girl.' Really? I'm normal! This is who I am. I couldn't lose weight if I tried"
Okay. Usually I don't take sides in my posts, but Demi Lovato is an amazingly beautiful girl and a very gifted performer. It kind of makes me angry that people could even think of her as fat. I mean...she's not. That really bothers me. I'm glad Demi knows that they are just haters.
Do you worry about the future of your career? "Not really. I'm just enjoying it. I mean, you can't please everyone. People say all the time, 'Oh, she's going to
sell out,' or whatever. But they don't know me. I'm going to change and I'm going to evolve, but that doesn't mean I'm turning into another person. So there's no need for me to worry about it. Even
the best of the best have to deal with haters."
How is the relationship with your dad now?"I don't speak to my dad. I have a great stepfather. He raised me my whole life and he is my one father. I saw my biological dad a while back, but the rreunion wasn't as happy as other people might have made it out to be. And that can be painful. It's a part of my private life that isn't so private. I dealt with my parents getting divorced and, you know, lots of kids go through that. Some continue to talk to their biological fathers; others call them their biological fathers. Know what I mean?"
Do you have other life ambitions? "I'd like to write books and screenplays, but mainly I'd like to direct. That's my main goal. Also, I'd like to make a difference against bullying, to show the effects it can have on somebody's life. I left public school because of it. My classmates sent around a 'We Hate Demi Lovato' petition. It was ridiculous! And yet, there are kids out there who kill themselves over this sort of thing. I'm sure if I hadn't had dreams, I could have been suicidal. Fortunately, my parents always told me not to worry about things like popularity. So I would like to maybe start an organization about depression, or about girls' self-images. There's so much pressure now in our industry to be thin. That's one way that I kind of am different, I'm not super stick thin."
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